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... day. Michel and I went to rent a motor bike and In the evening we drove to Pattaya. We had dinner at our usual corner first than walked part of second road, went into Central and showed them the magnificent view from the Hilton terrace before coming out on beach road which we walked back into Walking Street. Fun of course to see the crazy people and Katoy's. We had a drink at a bar with live music and after a couple of hours escaped the madhouse. 17th After breakfast ...
... What will we remember most; the food
Trip in numbers is as follows;
Distance traveled; in excess 54076km
Days away; 251
World heritage sites seen; 17
Friends and family seen; 8
Beds slept in; 91
Different types of transport used; 17
Final Uno score; Ollie won!
We miraculously managed not to get Delhi belly at all and appear to have made it home without major incident, loss or divorce. ...
... float" and "Kratong" refers to the lotus shaped containers that float on the water.
I walk down the street and on the beach. There are people everywhere making the kratongs. The krathongs are small basket floats that are decorated with flowers. The 'boat' part is made from dried bread, or from the trunk of a banana tree. The bread will dissolve in a few days and become food for the fish. I watch some locals cutting the banana tree trunks into small sections to ...
... and everything looks so good and smells even better, but, call us wusses, we decided against it this time around. To be fair we justified our choice in the knowledge that we have a trek coming up that we want to be well for, and in the next 4-5 months there are sure to be many other opportunities to try the infamous "street meat"! NIGHT MARKET One thing definitely worth checking out if you ever get to Bang Saen is the night market. Again, markets are synonymous with ...
Our bus got us to Pattaya in about 3 hours and the taxi (here they’re like open backed pick up trucks with bars over the back for the rain covers to rest on when needed and space for 5 people to sit on planks down each side) we jumped into after that took 10 minutes to take us to ‘a very cheap hotel please’. The hotel we ended up in can only be described as as vile! It was a concrete room with a double bed in the middle of it. The mattress was ...